State of Flux 2.0

Funded by BBC Children in Need, State of Flux 2.0 uses the arts to support soft and hard skills development, reduce social isolation and develop self -worth and aspirations in young people from The Cove (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service CAMHS), Heysham.


Working with industry professionals, patients from the Cove will take part in a series of activities aimed at developing both transferable life and technical skills, providing regular positive pursuits that will improve esteem, motivation and support reintegration. They will have the opportunity to get creative, play games and work with peers to explore shared interests.

Over three terms they will learn the basics of film making, how to construct short dance sequences and original sound scores to develop short films (2D and for Virtual Reality devices). 

There will also be regular opportunities to share their work with staff members, family and local residents, as well as an end of year festival.

Read all about Madison's journey on the project so farHERE.


For more information on State of Flux 2.0, contact Laura today.
Email: or call the Ludus Dance office on 01524 35936.

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